Scheduling Changes and Calamity Day Information

Staff Vaccination Clinic Impact on Student Schedules: 

Our staff will have the opportunity to receive the COVID-19 vaccination in the coming weeks through our partners at Premier Health. In order to accommodate the number of school employees who will receive the vaccine, we are working with several other schools in Greene County to host a clinic on Thursday, February 18th. The second round of vaccinations will be administered on Friday, March 12th. We were able to schedule our appointments for the evening on these dates and this will lessen the impact on our instructional time. We are also fortunate to receive our second vaccine on a Friday in hopes that it will limit the number of staff absences due to potential immune responses to the vaccine. 

  • All Greeneview students will have a 2-hour Early Release for Thursday, February 18th AND Friday, March 12th. 


Future Calamity Days will be Remote Learning Days: 

To date, we have missed 4 school days of school for inclement weather for our Middle School and High School and 5 days at our Elementary School. Traditionally, Greeneview staff and students have made up days after 5 calamity days of school. Those make-up days were either added at the end of the school year or on scheduled make-up days. As we look forward to the potential for additional snow events we have made plans for how we may conduct virtual learning days in place of future cancellations. These virtual days would alleviate the need to make up days later in the year. 


Beginning next week, calamity days will be replaced with remote learning. Our priority is to maximize our instructional time and maintain the academic progress we are currently making. Students were encouraged to take home their textbooks, workbooks, and computers today in preparation for potential winter weather next week. In the event we announce a remote learning day, staff will post their assignments by 10 AM each day. They will use Remind, email, and/or Google Classroom to communicate their expectations. 

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